Founded in 2007, Rivington Bye is a full service design and editorial agency that exists to promote and substantially increase revenue for premium brands, principally in the hospitality sector. Our outlook is straightforward and pragmatic and we take all projects from concept to completion.
What we offer
• Brand strategy & Visual identity development
• Copywriting – including multi-lingual copy and tone of voice
• Design & Art direction
• Is unique to each client in both conception and delivery
• Enjoys a reputation for being highly strategic and well crafted
• Wins major awards
• Is talked about, shared and stands the test of time
Bamford Haybarn, Belmond Cadogan, The Berkeley, Berry Bros & Rudd, British Antique Dealers’ Association, Burlington Arcade, The Cadogan Estate, Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, Claridge’s, The Connaught, Corinthia Hotel Group, Curious World, ESPA, Grosvenor Estates, Hélène Darroze, HRH The Prince of Wales’ charities, Jaeger, Maybourne, Modern Luxury Journal, Museum of the Order of St. John, One&Only, Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco/Hong Kong/London, The Prince’s Foundation, The Royal Automobile Club, The Royal Geographical Society, Shinola, Silver Projects, Silversea, The White Company
Examples of how our work increases revenue and raises profile
The Bloomsbury Club Bar, The Bloomsbury Hotel
The new concept involving a ‘Cocktail Diviner’ experience significantly raised the profile of the bar and according to Bar Manager, Scott Gavin, has been solely responsible for more than doubling the bar’s annual revenue.
Hélène Darroze at The Connaught
Our unique solitaire menu created waves internationally. According to the Restaurant manager, Mirko Benzo, it increased revenue and international profile and became an integral (and for many people essential) part of the restaurant experience.
Scarfes Bar, Rosewood London
Our series of marketing initiatives with Gerald Scarfe including unusual, high impact menus and collateral, have had an overwhelmingly positive impact on the success of the bar. According to Communications Director, Marie le Vavasseur, The initiatives significantly increased social media presence, footfall and bar revenue.
Arcade Magazine, Burlington Arcade
Launched in 2007, the magazine played a significant role in fast-tracking a shift in identity from traditional quality to one that attracted high spend and luxury brands prior to the sale of Burlington Arcade for £104m in 2010.
One of the first ever magazine apps and a media first, which forged powerful relationships between creatives within the fashion industry.